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will have to go out and borrow in order to invest in our public infrastructure. the city uses its balance sheet and its ability to publicly finance infrastructure for things like roads and parks and a hospital and a new public safety building, and laqueena honda and mos conia expansion and the cruise ship terminal. we invest in our public infrastructure all the time and we do it on things that benefit the public broadly. when we have opportunities to allow a public -- to allow a private partner to take the risk of infrastructure improvements and then be repaid through the value that they create we protect our -- we protect our public finance tools for things that only government can fund, and we think that continuing a model that's really been perfected under redevelopment in which the value that is created is reinvested to pay back our private partners for the infrastructure that they pay for is a good model to try to emulate on a specific case by case basis, and it is one that has been used with success in some variety of way, in mission bay, on the shipyard, treasure island and we con
their neighbors, the broader community of the city. the eir took a couple of years at the port and the planning commission, the board of supervisors, and this was after they were on the ballot twice, and there was a huge discussion. instead we have a cooked deal. i don't know how familiar you are with what you're voting on. you are voting on a schedule, and you're voting on rejecting the eir alternatives. the study that you have before you, and there are many studies, the conceptual framework says the port rejects out of hand at the start of the process any alternative site especially any site north of the -- north of here, or south of here. north of here is fully developed. no one in their right mind is proposing an arena north of the bay bridge, but the port commission is voting to reject alternatives. you are setting a schedule, and you have heard at the beginning of the calendar that the cac said wait this is coming too fast. it is hard to participate as a member of the public for those residents in the area to participate when this is coming so fast and there is a lov
agency for the purposes of conducting ceqa work. both the city and the port would have a number of permit approvals, either encroachment permits or building permits. there are a variety of state agencies including the regional water quality board that would have to approve the project in all likelihood and the army corps of engineers would weigh in as well. these are federal waters and have jurisdiction over projects like this in federal waters. we have negotiated a proposed term sheet that includes the use that i have described. about half million square feet of submerged land that is used to lay three separate capables. it would be a 40 year agreement with option to renew for 26 years. annual rent would be established by a formula in the term sheet and based on industrial up land land. we are projecting that value is between $50 a square foot and $75 a square foot. and that would generate $583,000 rent to the port and on the high end $872,000 to the port which would be indexed there after. one of the major public benefits we sought in this negotiation with at&t is port
, marla. we have just heard from the city tax collector's of bureau of revenue. they are filing this legal action. they confirm the city is going to go after the los angeles dodgers for reimbursement in the treatment of bryan stow. the giants fan who was severely beaten outside of a dodgers game. to help pay for the four months of care it treated stow's injury. the city attorneys have asked a bankruptcy judge to add san francisco to those seeking damage from the team's insurer. this is a bankruptcy issue because the team filed chapter 11. this was a controversy. the city says this is not unusual, but standard practice to go after unpaid bills. it is taking all steps to protect the city's interests. stow and his family is suing the team frin the amount of $50 million. the amount needed for a lifetime of care. reporting live outside san francisco city hall, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >>> now to the south bay. citizens will have a say on who will be the next san jose police chief. city leaders will hold a community meeting tonight to gather input from neighborhoods on what they want to se
person when you take into account the entire city of east san jose. the man, that is all we know, was jay walking after 6:00 this morning while it was still dark out and most likely raining. he was attempting to cross alum rock and was 75 feet away from the nearest crosswalk when the car ran into him. the car did speed off and did not stop or return. the police are looking for the driver. it was a dark sedan. a second vehicle, a minivan, also struck the man. that driver did stop and is cooperating with police. as far as the investigation, officers have been going to the surrounding businesses. you have four businesses on this intersection here trying to see if any of the surveillance cameras caught the accident and perhaps the person who fled the scene. down the street, the east side neighborhood center for seniors has been trying to get the city to make the alum rock corridor safer for pedestrians, especially for seniors. you have the fast cars combined with the culture of jay walking because the crosswalks are so far apart. >> the volume of the cars that go and the traffic is really cla
last here, take a look. >> this is in piedmont a major thoroughfare in the east bay city. you can see this video for april, this mudslide caused a lot of damage. in fact it knocked out power to 65 homes for several hours. and the director of public works as saying that after an investigation investigators determine that this mudslide was caused from the minister directed a storm water from a nearby home and look at the same area several months later. the director of public works and saying that this plan has worked out with the home owner taking you erosion control materials with new landscaping to shore up the here and slide it concrete barricades. not all of the work is done but major progress is completed but hopefully enough is done for avoidance of the situation last winter. >>pam: piedmont police in the city that are prone to flooding. kron-4's scott rates got a firsthand look at where those troulbe spots are. located. concern is the park ths in the middle of the town it has flooded before and they hope that with rainfall on the rain. it will not happen again. the peaceful sound
the fact that the connection for downtown, which is a different voltage from the rest of the city, would have a real problem if they lost that switch yard, so our conclusion as a city side was well maybe a city could put in a transmission line to potrero to where this is going in at second and folsom, but the city doesn't -- the puc doesn't have real borrowing capacity, so that idea didn't fly, so but the reality is that we need that connectivity. we need that redid you nottance, and i must say of all the people i dealt with at at&t -- he's very straightforward and i think sometimes gets in trouble for being so outstanding and forth coming and i have read through the term sheets. the only thing we have a concern in dog patch is that there's no fencing around the switch yard, and it's kind of an ugly looking thing as you go down illinois, down the blue green way and i could go on and on and i was hoping as part of the deal at&t would be required to put walls around it. it is noisy. it does hum. you can hear it from about two blocks away, and the ho down -- that's great -- going away b
to the generosity of the san francisco voters that support the amazing amenities in the city. the bond gives $36.5 million to various parks and the pier up in fisherman's wharf and plaza 27-13 and in mission bay and warm water cove and a creek and we're are exciting to go ahead with the parks and the expansion of this park and we are pleased and gratified to the voters the city and mike thanks with your help with this measure even if all you did was vote yes so thank you for that. this saturday on november 14 there is an open house regarding the future of sea lot wall 337 at at&t park and hosted by the giants and the team will be there to talk informally about the mixed use project there, and i saw jack bear earlier and i believe it might be your birthday today jack. >> happy birthday. >> so i'm expecting cake tomorrow if you would like to join us. happy birthday. thank you for joining us on your special day and that is at at&t park and a rare chance to see the ballpark under populated i guess for lack of a better word, and lastly i wanted to report that thursday november 15 is the official op
the city with new information at noon to explain what is at stake. good afternoon, brian. >> reporter: good afternoon, tori. what's at take for these women they say is the chance to serve on the front lines, be recognized for their efforts. for years, women were not allowed on the front lines of military coomb bat. but a recentry filed -- combat but a recently filed lawsuit changes that. >> this directly contributes to the notion that women do not belong in the military that they, in fact, weaken the armed forces. >> reporter: these women representing all branches of the military along with the aclu have filed a lawsuit. >> the enemy doesn't distinguish between gender. when i was going out on missions in iraq and my vehicle was hit by an efp and everyone in it my vehicle received different is selves of shrapnel, the shrapnel didn't miss me because they saw i had an x chromosome. >> reporter: this policy makes it difficult for them to do their job and even prevents them from leadership policy. >> this policy is bad for the armed services, bad for our service members and needs to be changed.
of the year. there's a shot of san francisco we finally have the clouds over the city and rain coming down. mike pelton has been out and has not seen much rain this morning but that last shot showed it really coming down. >> we may be able to salvage the rest of the day and then we have a big storm coming in on friday. let's get to america where we seem storms right now? >> we're officially under the gun as we take the storm tracker 4. a lot of yellow on the screen already. we are picking up some heavy rain in san francisco stretching down the daily city into brisbane. it is not really in the east bay inland valleys just yet. taking a look of the coast line at looks like pacifica is under a light rain. heavier rain is in the east bay. storm tracking to see when the heavy rain will arrive in your neighborhood and looks like 747 for alamo. be prepared for that the next 30 minutes it is certainly going to come down. san leandro looks like we're seeing some of the heavier rain right now. that is pushing its way into the san ramon valley. that is just a quick look at where their aim is currentl
nature so far in san francisco the heavy rain has really hit the city of san francisco yet but we have had pockets of light rain but there is rain spread widely across the bay area right now as we look at live doppler 7 hd throu some offshore beginning to push on land. some over san francisco and reaching up into the delta area up into the northeast out towards sacramento here's the line of showers closer look from novato in marin county. over to richmond on the east bay. down 0to san francisco and a little bit closer. you see there is light moderate even maybe some pockets of heavy rainfall in this little pocket of rainfall right here in the area of rain. so we have wet weather now pushing through the central part of the bay area as we loop the radar. see over the last 3 hours movement of the system is sweeping eastward. south ward so all get some rain before the night is over. right now temperature readings generally in the low 60's around the bay area and these are our forecast features we see rain spreading south ward and eastward overnight. showers will difficult manipulate
city after a small militant group set off a bomb on a bus full of civilians in tel aviv, 27 people were hurt. the cease-fire reached just now, beginning just now, includes that after 24 hours of quiet gaza's border crossings with israel will be open. over the course of this weeklong conflict, 147 palestinians in gaza have been killed. five israelis dead in the conflict. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> here at home, san jose police need help tracking the driver who hit a pedestrian and took off about 6:00 this morning. emergency responders found the body at jackson and alum rock the man had been hit by two vehicles. amy hollyfield is at the scene. >> reporter: police on the lookout asking for you to be too of a dark colored sedan with damage to the front. san jose police say the man was jaywalking in the dark, it was 6:00 in the morning, probably in the rain when he was hit. they don't know if the driver realized that he or she hit a person. >> very serious offense. again, there's always an explanation for what might or might not have happened. again, with the conditions, dark, low lighti
homicides in the city today. investigators toll the oakland tribune the body of 18-year-old greysi morales-cordon was found. she was pronounced dead at the scene. a 19-year-old man was found shot near 59th street and he later died at the a hospital. the two homes bring the city's total to 113 this year. the city had 110 homicides in all of last year. >>> tonight menlo park police are investigating a second shooting on the same street where a man was shot and killed last week of the most recent incident happened this morning in the 300 block of ivy drive. officers say 12 shots were fired at a house that was occupied, but no one was injured. >>> a homeless man is recovering tonight after getting stuck inside a storm drain for hours. >> thank you. >> ktvu obtained this exclusive video of the rescue last night. pinole police say they found the 27-year-old man stuck inside the drain after getting reports of dries for help near the best buy store. after unsuccessfully pulling him out, they had to cut him out. we have posted the raw video of that rescue on our website. log onto and scr
significant number of dwelling units to the city and the building permits are up-to-date and under review and the department recommends approval of the extension request. >> thank you. project sponsor. >> okay. good afternoon president fong and planning commissioners. i am ezra mercy and representing jackson pacific and art stone who collectively are the sponsor and developer for 340 fremont street. as mr. teague mentioned 340 fremont is approved residential project consisting of 348 apartments and 269 parking spaces and code complying 400-foot tower. there is no change in ownership. the same sponsor remains in place and we look forward to going forward with construction next year and we our 2005 site ap was supplemented in august and provide the documents for construction. we demonstrate our commitment to the plan and we look forward to a groundbreaking next year. the rincon plan adopted in 2006 will transform the area into a mix use downtown neighborhood with significant housing presence and provide range of services and amenities that support urban living and set the stage for r
, thank you very much. johnny on the spot. from the peninsula to the east, a solidness of cities offering a free sandbag for different locations. contra costa county residents can pick them up at byron, antioch, and martinez. menlo park, two locations, one onn ana onnalmachlt, and the other at pope and don't forget that the sand is free, but don't forget a shovel to put it in the bag. >> these photos were sent from san jose. you can share your pictures or video on twitter or inthat gram. hughes #nbcbayarea. our storm watch coverage continues all morning and all day long. meteorologist christina loren is tracking the story. she'll be back with the complete forecast and any changes. >>> gillroy police on the lookout for the suspects they say opened fire on a home with a 4-month-old baby inside. this all happened near the corner of west tenth street and westview drive after midnight. police say they shot at an empty car and then fired inside the house. we're told eight people were inside that home, including, of course, that 4-month-old baby. at this hour, still unclear if anybody was hurt.
they had to deal with last year. take a look. this is a major thoroughfare in this east bay city. from last april you can see mudslide caused a lot of damage. this line knocked out power to 65 homes in the area for several hours. it was quite a mess. a big problem for hundreds of residents. the director of public works tell the kron4 news that after investigation the slide was caused by misdirected storm water from a nearby home. this is the same area several months later. the plan was worked out and the homeowner has taken several steps to deal with the issue. the russian control materials have been put in as well as new landscaping and a concrete barrier. not all the work is done but major progress has been completed. hopefully another has been done to prevent another situation like last winter. >> that is just a small sample of what the city is doing to try to make sure that they are doing everything they can and anticipation of the big storms that are headed our way. >> kron4 is began carmen is and the north bay this evening. you have been talking to people there who have been getting r
a big and controversial move at the city's airport. they may give airport staffers and biologists the okay to shoot at birds to scare them away, but for the most part they will use blanks. the current city law allows them to fire guns and there are more than 108 bird strikes since 2009. it happened when they hit the engines of a southwest -- when birds hit the engines of a southwest airlines jet. >>> and good day for the second half of your day, from the estuary you can see hazy sunshine and low clouds in the background. still fog reported over part of the bay as well as the peninsular and along the coastline but foggy conditions will continue through this afternoon and napa is slightly warmer, santa rosa is slightly cooler and same goes for concord, slightly cooler and warmer in livermore. widespread 50s and 60s outside our door. a ridge of high pressure is still in place, locked in for awhile while -- for a little while longer. 58 degrees in san francisco, 58 in mountain view, mostly clear skies and we'll see that hazy sunshine for today and all in all it will be a pleasant afte
of this city reflected in giving extensions but always recognizing changed circumstances and i think that we need to do that in order to fully commit the transformation of the city through these major moves. >> commissioner moore i am noting openly and carefully about the change of circumstances of downtown and your philosophical view about parking. >> and i think he will be facilitated to make that happen. no other questions. >> commissioner there is a motion and a second to approve with conditions. >> and just to be certain i didn't hear any modifications. commissioner. >> aye. >> commissioner. >> aye. >> commissioner. >> aye. >> commissioner. >> aye. commissioner. >> commission president fong. >> aye. >> that passes unanimously. next is case 14 at 2001 3rd street. request for conditional use theoriesation. >> good afternoon commissioners. i am michelle from the planning staff. this is a conditional use permit from at&t to install a facility at 200130 and at mariposa and 3rd street. at&t proposes instillation up to nine an ten'ss and mounted on the screen and match the existing building
in redwood city. just within a few blocks. it's the first caused water to flow into the basement of two homes. those homes were evacuated in the second one also cost a mess. those problems to not think that there were related but there were changes in the weather can often trigger problems. >> national news, the man who has spent three decades voicing the character of the elmo. he has resigned after and more allegations of an appropriate contact with a teenager. kevin clash. mchild was 15. he is filing a lawsuit and if you remember another man was accusing kevin clash. he later took back his store but kevin clash is not talking about these new allegations. he has chosen to leave for personal reasons. >> there are two people in custody in indiana. there were two people killed, and seven people injured a a 47 rolled out accidental causes the have launched a criminal investigation. there are- ruling out-8 the causes could be accidental but these two people love not been arrested. ruling out that the cause could be accidental, and they're asking for anybody deahave seen the white van. >> this fat
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and foster city. over to the map the east shore freeway had an earlier accident westbound 80 your near university avenue is out of the way perry off the westbound ride is still jammed up into the open maize you'll see a brief way as yet to the bay bridge toll plaza. up to the north bay the ride on the golden gate bridge traffic looking good here. it has been moving well into it out of the city across the bridge. as we switch back to the maps i will show you the flow of traffic coming of the north bay this is your right on highway 101. right around 37 as you work your way into san raphael as you saw from the shot up near the golden gate by the time you spent it is a the the ride will into severances go. >> thank you robyn a jury handouts' the death penalty to a man convicted of killing two people at the richmond san rafeal toll plaza. jurors deliberated for two days and determined that 49 year-old natan budrdrirris should be put to death this the video of sync. burris the mid to shooting and killing tow collected their bras and her friend were see everett the third. at the bridge toll p
inches outside of the city. your local forecast in 40 seconds. >> so for traveling all that stuff going back, remember, charleston, up through the northeast tonight and through the morning. that's my warning. >> yea! lake-effect snow, everybody. yea! >>> coming up on "gma," bombshell revelations in the casey anthony case. abc learned the police missed suspicious internet searches the last day caylee was seen alive. >>> and halle berry, with the custody case. >>> and justin bieber wearing overalls and a back wards cap to receive an award from the prime minister of canada. how he's fighting back. >>> and superstar alicia keys is here live. stay with us. ♪ this girl is on fire eys is here live. stay with us. two years ago, the people of bp made a commitment to the gulf. bp has paid over twenty-three billion dollars to help those affected and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open, and many areas are reporting their best tourism seasons in years. and bp's also committed to america. we support nearly 250,000 jobs and invest more here than anywhere else. we're working
on i in redwood city looks like the edgewood road area. i'm kristen sze. >>> and i'm cheryl jennings. here's a live look outside now you can see the wind mixed with rain and fog. we have live team coverage of the storm with amy hollyfield in the north bay. katie marzullo on the coast. eric thomas is at sfo. meteorologist lisa argen in the weather center with live doppler 7 hd. >>> good morning. we are looking at the back edge of this system in the north bay. heaviest rain now in the east bay, peninsula, just had a good downpour here. dublin 580 and south towards union city and fremont moderate rain now the winds have been a big factor gusting to 30 and 40 miles an hour. this rain pushing into the east bay and oakland now. still, rain to the west and woodside, 280, 101 through sunnyvale, watch out cupertino getting into heavier rain now. off the coast pescadero, santa cruz picking up rain. wind gusts up to 32 miles an hour, san jose still airport delays and wind advisory extended into 2:00 this afternoon for wind gusts up to 45 miles an hour. >>> the coast and in particular pacifica,
. >>> in an attempt to promote their city, brussels in belgium, decided to do a little video of a flash mob using their very famous majorette crew. they're cheerleaders. another monday morning in brussels, traffic, bicycles. the light turns red at the stop light and here come the girls. ♪ ♪ >> they're going to engage the drivers at this stoplight. >> one way to get some people's attention. that's for sure. >> another way to irritate the heck out of people driving. where are they going? are they late for work? >> they're at a stop sign, anyway, it's not the girls that are making them wait. the first sign reads, flash your lights. then everybody flashes their lights. then they start honking their horns to get some rhythm going. you see the girls dancing away. some drivers totally loving it. but you're reiight, nick, some people were annoyed. >> why don't they show some historical sites. >> i was a little underwhelmed by this video. >> the girls are underwhelming. we've got to send them the dolphins cheerleaders, i could watch them watch paint dry. >> why am i not surprised. >> what is it to pro
if the rainy weather was the cause of two separate water main breaks in this city of redwood city early this morning. just a couple of city blocks apart and this first one was at 2:40 a.m. at brewster avenue/warren street. and the second one was at spanish st/atherton. maureen kelly has the details of even homes being flooded. >> public works crews replacing this broken pipe this hole in the middle of the intersection is where the first beat inch main ruptured. they have been at sweeping and shoveling and vacuumed up the mess with the help of a special truck. tens of thousands of gallons of water or released. check this out. the st. buckle up and cracked and flooded the garage of two different homes. this shows a motorcycle and two-feet of water and damage personal belongings soggy. this second water main break was just a few blocks away. everybody on the scene is that this is where you'd see dirt it was under 6 in. of water. one neighbor says that some of that got onto the sidewalk and went under her garage door. 60 customers had their service impacted but everything is up and burst an
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poisoning. >> researchers from consumer reports tested samples from supermarkets in six cities. abc's dr. richard besser tells us exactly what they found. >> reporter: you don't know its name, but you may be one of the 100,000 americans who get sick each year from a bacteria. and the study explains why. consumer reports tested pork, the type you buy in the supermarket. pork chops, ground pork. they found that 70% of the samples they tested hat yersinia on them. ground pork turned out to be more risky than pork chops. >> this should be a wake-up call to the american public. what are we doing in terms of monitoring the safety of pork and what can we do in the future. >> reporter: this bacteria can hit hard. in a matter of days you experience fever, cramps, bloody diarrhea that may last for weeks, especially common in children. cooking the pork thoroughly does kill the backterbacteria, but b ulf. it's easy to spread it to the surfaces of your kitchen. the plate, the cutting board, your hand. anything the raw pork touched. take a look at this kitchen where we handled meat. all of the dots, g
and secretary of state hillary clinton appears to be holding. but will it last? alex marquardt is in gaza city with the latest. good morning, alex. >> reporter: for the first time since israel launched its operation a week ago, there's been no sounds of rockets taking off or landing this morning. for the time being, there's quiet in israel and gaza. here in gaza, hamas and its supporters are so confident they struck a decisive blow against israel, today has been declared a national holiday. jubilation in gaza, as the cease-fire was announced. people poured into the streets, waving the green hamas flag. firing guns in celebration. this morning, workers began to shovel up the debris. traffic clogged the streets. and stores opened up. >> now, they feel it was a war. and a real war. and what pain the palestinians feel when a bomb is coming to kill our children, our people and our house. >> reporter: it's a truce that cost around 170 lives. israeli and palestinian. and on both sides, few think it can last. >> cease-fire is the period of time between the wars. and in the middle east, we have to face
. >>> our other major news right now is a terror attack in tel aviv. an explosion on a city bus is injuring multiple people. someone placed a bomb on a bus and then fled. this attack comes as an urgent diplomatic effort is still under way for a truce between israel and hamas. secretary of state clinton is there. and for details on their visit, we're joined by abc's lama hasan. >> reporter: good morning, rob. well, yes. we were expecting some kind of cease-fire deal to be announced. some kind of cease-fire plan to be announced late last night. but that did not happen. it did not come. and according to some hamas and egyptian officials, who have reportedly said that it was down to israel, who had requested more time. and they said that more talks would resume today. now, as you rightly said, the u.s. secretary of state, hillary clinton, she is in the region. she was meeting with the israeli prime minister, benjamin netanyahu, late last night. and standing shoulder-to-shoulder, she reiterated the u.s.'s unwavering support for israel to protect its citizens, for the citizens here to live in pea
in gaza city. arwa, what's the atmosphere like in gaza city, and is there a sense that hamas has strengthened its position through the last eight or nine days? >> reporter: there is to a certain degree if you look at the terms of the cease-fire. at the very least, it does state israel most open its border crossings. we don't know what it will translate to at this stage. but from the people we speak to here, they do feel that this time around, the israelis, yes, it was indirectly, but they were forced to come to an agreement via the mediator, versus four years ago. the mood on the street here earlier was one of celebration. some people celebrating the fact that they do view this as being a victory over israel as having stood up in the face of what they describe to be israeli aggression, but for others, it was celebrating the fact that after days of bombardment, they were able to just go outside. >> yes, you can see the pictures here of people looking jubilant, probably just getting out, as you say. when you look at the way this has played out particularly, clearly mohamed morsi pl
four miles away. a city official says some of those damaged buildings will be demolished today. >>> and now to egypt. demonstrators there have taken to the streets in cairo to protest against president mohamed morsi. morsi expanded his powers this week, and that means no one can challenge his decisions. they can't be overturned. that's led to anger among the people and some of the judges. cnn's reza sayah is in cairo this morning. >> reporter: thanks have calmed down considerably in cairo's tahrir square. still demonstrators out in tahrir, especially those who pitched tents overnight but the numbers not as what we saw on friday, friday one of the most intense and violent days of demonstrations that we've seen since mr. morsi, the egyptian president took office back in june. more than 140 people injured throughout egypt, according to the health ministry, in clashes between protesters and police. a little under 40 people injured in kay row. several with gunshot wounds. also, more than 200 people arrested and many on charges of thuggery and destroying public property. those arrest
tonight san jose leaders holding meetings to get public input on choosing the city's next police chief. chief moore announced he will retire the end of january search is on for a replacement. the first meeting starts tonight at :30 at berryessa community center, others will be health over the next two weeks at various community centers in san jose. >>> outgoing christina 0 log give says she is -- looking forward to a quieter live. she will focus on finishing work on a psychology degree. the mayor her to the have adviser's seat vacated by mirkarimi when he was elected sheriff she was one of four who voted to mirkarimi his job back that outraged anti-domestic violence advocates who campaigned against her. >>> look outside, we'll tell you what we've been telling you all morning. it is foggy many >>> here's a look above the fog view from mount tamalpais, the -- 2500 feet, deck of low clouds and fog down to our bridges, overpasses, be careful, we are talking about speeds that should be reduced to easy 50 miles an hour less, 40 miles on those highways. doppler is quiet and will remain quiet
city. kron-4's reggie kumar is live... first,tonight.. a vallejo father is behind bars... for allegedly gunning down a teenager.. who bullied his 44-year-old randee williams is charged with murdering the 17-year-old boy early sunday morning. but williams' wife says.. he did not commit the crime.. she spoke to our haaziq maydun.. in a story you'll only see on kron-4. >> this meeting just got over moments ago. perhaps the city is looking for something and somebody that has a good background, but somebody that is community oriented and 51 a police chief that could be outside of san jose. >> for someone to come in and be a leader and lead from the heart. to encourage the officers to develop community policing the way that it should be with working with the community. >> somebody with the department that is going to know the san jose, the citizens of san jose. >> the biggest issue is out to you deal with the budget and conveyed to the officers. it has to be resolved and if you're not going to resolve the budget you are not going to be successful. >> there are three more meetings wednesda
will be talking about, as you step outside the doors and make your way to the car, the bus, the train. rapid city, 14 degrees. bismarck, 15 degrees. denver, 19 degrees. oklahoma city, and even amarillo, near the 20s. there's a big pocket of cold air. we'll show you how long that lasts in regular weather. >>> let's get to josh. lots of other stories this morning. >> we're going to begin with the major jolt for the u.s. economy. americans are opening their wallets and spending again. and doing so in record numbers. weekend "gma" anchor, bianna golodryga, here to explain it all. >> reporter: the numbers out this morning are eye-opening. americans spent a record $1.5 billion on cyber monday, the busiest online shopping day of the year. sales were up 28%, compared to the same day last year. and that's especially remarkable considering the record number of shoppers we saw getting an early start over the holiday weekend. amazon enjoyed what could be one of its busiest days in history. this is what it looked like inside 1 of the company's 80 order fulfillment centers. a warehouse in phoenix with miles of
and phoenix. around 60 in salt lake city and albuquerque. 40s in the pacific northwest as well as the northeast. 14 when we come back this morning, an apple executive behind the messed-up maps. you get new directions, let's say, right out the door. >>> and how's this for change for a dollar. a move to dump the dollar bill. >>> then, the $500 million dilemma. a little advice ahead of the big powerball drawing tonight. [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hot spots than ever. go to our website below to get u-verse high speed internet for just 14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. it's all the speed you need all at a great price. our newly expanded advanced digital network gives you more of what you enjoy online. and with at&t, our wireless gateway turns your home into a private wi-fi hot spot that connects your wi-fi devices and can even save on your smart phone data us
is found in those cities where the city fathers built the internet for their community, just like city fathers in some places built their own electric system when the big utilities wouldn't pay any attention to them in the late 19th century. >> reporter: now all this is strong stuff. so strong that we sought out the other side: the cable industry itself. michael powell, head of the federal communications commission under president george w. bush, is now president of the national cable television association. >> many of these state-owned local utilities have often failed because of financial hardship and rarely are offering speeds that are faster or cheaper than what's provided privately. even in glasgow, kentucky the top speed is only 6 megabits per second for $36. that's hardly exceptional. it's certainly no better than what's being provided in the private market. >> reporter: where average speeds are three times as fast, claims powell and prices are falling, not rising. >> the price per megabit per second has decreased 87% since 1999. in fact in 2010, the federal communications commi
it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school, or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating healthier workplaces, what's important to the people of the bay area is important to us. and we're proud to work with all those who are making our communities stronger. >>> walmart workers are walking out. why they are fed up and what they hope will come out of the strike on such a big night coming up. >> black friday, black thursday, whatever you want to call it. the holiday season shopping season has begun. itake you behind the madness next. >> good morning. i'm meteorologist jeff ranieri, tracking cold temperatures right now for the early holiday shoppers and a warming holiday forecast. full details in just a minute. good evening and happy thanksgiving to you and your family. hundreds of walmart employees are not feeling thankful this holiday. they say they are overworked and underpaid, and that's led to a walkout, just as the doors are about to open to a mob of shoppers
cooking oil this holiday season. this is all in an effort to turn coal into fuel for a city vehicles and keep fats and grease out of sorts. san francisco and treasure island residents can drop off use cooking all at nine sites that are open year round. >> for those seeking a festa alternative to the shopping frenzy a special holiday fair is open this weekend. the great dickens christmas fair and victorian holiday party is happening now at the cow plaza. the fair is open each saturday and sunday until december 23rd. the entry fee for adults is $25, seniors over 62 $21 and children 5 to 12, its $12. parking is $10. >> we'll show you what it was like is some stores on black friday. it is looking gorgeous outside. >> [ crickets chirping ] [ traffic passing ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ] ♪ [ lullaby continues ] [ baby coos ] [ man announcing ] millions are still exposed to the dangers... of secondhand smoke... and some of them can't do anything about it. ♪ [ continues ] [ gasping ] >> we are back it is 7:16 a.m.. >> it is a beautiful day outside. >> it feels li
claimed 42,000 lives, and that is not counting the 30 people who are killed today. one city that's been particularly hard hit is aleppo. as nick peyton walsh shows us, no place is safe. >> reporter: even sanctuaries in aleppo can be deadly. this hospital where the wounded flood itself hit by an air strike wednesday. the building next to it collapsed. the hospital's lobby crammed with patients from children hit by shrapnel to injured rebels caught hard. in the debris at least 15 dead, including a doctor and two nurses. jubilation as one man is found alive, but now there's a question where do you take him to? doctors have struggled for months to keep death at its doors. blood-soaked blankets when we visited in september. few medical supplies, endless hours, constant bombing, the power cut. but they persisted even when rounds hit the hospital's maternity ward. among their patients, an uneasy mix of competent and innocent born out of no other choice. there really was nowhere else to run for so many injured in aleppo, and now that is left in tatters. >> knit payton-walsh joining us now live.
. >> in cities across the country, this scene plays out every day. i saw it myself on a ride-along with lieutenant john fisk of the seattle fire department. >> three dilaudid, two methadone. >> this patient's dose, an anti-seizure medication and a couple of powerful painkillers. >> he may have stockpiled some of his own and taken it afterwards. >> it's called stacking, prescription pills stacked on top of other pills, each one amplifying the previous one's effect. >> i'd say it probably began about ten years ago. >> dr. steven anderson, an e.r. doctor in washington state, sees the end result of stacking virtually every time he goes to work. >> i've taken two vicodin before, no problem. i've taken a valium to sleep before. no problem. i've had a couple of drinks before. no problem. but all of a sudden, you add all of those into the same scenario, and it adds up and causes the complications. >> you're talking about, when you say stacking, sounds like it is making it exponentially worse. >> exactly. >> here's why. pop a pain pill, and you get relief. at the same time, your breat
pictures of a school bus accident coming out of oklahoma city. here is a look at the live pictures. students are among the injured in a school bus crash in northwest oklahoma city. the wreck happened at 730 a m. you can see we have officials on the scene. police said a white car collided with the school bus you see here that it knocked the bus on its side earlier this morning. off paramedics are on the scene trying to determine how bad the interests are. back to you. >> thank-you anny it we are watching wall street the consumer confidence reading has come out they have jumped to their highest level since february of 2008. consumer spending is two-thirds of the u. s economy. >> wall street the dow down 14 points the dow sitting at 12,00952. >> the time is 7:08 a.m. we will be back with more in a couple of minutes. we have a camera at the james lick it shows you the heavy traffic and not as heavy fog as yesterday but some fog. will be right back. [ male announcer ] this december, remember -- what starts with adding a friend... ♪ ♪ ...could end with adding a close friend. ♪ the
not a suicide attack. this will be a familiar scene for people in the city and around this country about a decade ago, this was a regular tactic used by palestinian militants. they haven't seen it in a while. the last bomb blast was in 2004. it's likely to at least complicate some of the discussions that have been going on trying to reach a cease-fire. we had thought they were near a cease-fire last night. it turns out that they were not. today hamas called this a heroic attack. matt? >> stephanie gosk in tel aviv. a man mow hadean is in gaza. good morning to you. >>. >> good morning, matt. what a difference 24 hours make. yesterday, the palestinian people in gaza woke up to the news that a truce could be signed by the end of the day. on wednesday morning, they woke up to the sound of more shelling, a higher death toll and the news that a cease-fire could be reached. it's not happening any time soon. >> there were talks of peace late into the night. but in gaza, it was anything but quiet. while factions traded fire, secretary of state hillary clinton arrived to the region to broker a tru
struggled with the city council to get a stronger port commission. i felt that the commission needed people with more oversight skiles. >> reporter: mayor jean quan is responsible for six of the port's seven commissioners. the mayor pointed to the board when we asked her about the many questionable expenses. >> i'm trusting that the newport commissions that i've reported will take care of this and change the culture. >> reporter: perhaps just as troubling are the expenses the port of oakland has not shared with the public. it has refused to release an internal audit completed months ago. it identifies as many as 11 port employees and more than $200,000 in questionable spending in travel on other expansions. >> it's a theory of cockroaches. if you find one, you rest assure there's a thousand underneath that wall who will eventually come out. it kind of reminds me of this story. it's not just one rogue receipt or questionable charge. they're pretty probably questionable and multiple. >> reporter: the first step is to punish those responsible and chart a new course toward accountability. eric
says the buck stops with the port of oakland's board of commissioners. >> i struggled with the city council to get a stronger port commission. i felt that the commission needed people with more oversight skiles. >> reporter: mayor jean quan is responsible for six of the port's seven commissioners. the mayor pointed to the board when we asked her about the many questionable expenses. >> i'm trusting that the newport commissions that i've reported will take care of this and change the culture. >> reporter: perhaps just as troubling are the expenses the port of oakland has not shared with the public. it has refused to release an internal audit completed months ago. it identifies as many as 11 port employees and more than $200,000 in questionable spending in travel on other expansions. >> it's a theory of cockroaches. if you find one, you rest assure there's a thousand underneath that wall who will eventually come out. it kind of reminds me of this story. it's not just one rogue receipt or questionable charge. they're pretty probably questionable and multiple. >> reporter: the first ste
. >>> something new, san jose's answer to cyber monday the city has launched a new website to help you find services more quickly. alerts will also be posted there the city manager says a lot of silicon valley suggestions went into making it easy to find what you are looking for. you will find a link at >>> students at a san francisco elementary school got quite a surprise this morning. warrior star stephon curry showed up to hand out awards. the kids were honored for good character and good effort. some students say they recognized him from a bobblehead the warriors handed out last month. there it is, better than at bobblehead, the real thing. >>> true cost of christmas. how much it is going to cost if you want to buy your sweetie all the gives in the 12 days of christmas. -- all the gifts in the 12 days of christmas. for over 60,000 california foster children, the holidays can be an especially difficult time. everything's different now. sometimes i feel all alone. christmas used to be my favorite. i just don't expect anything. what if santa can't find me? to help, sleep trai
in some cities. >>> finally, on the list of things that can go wrong on live television, what you're about to see, not too bad. but we had to marvel at the composure of our colleague, meteorologist eduardo rodriguez. one of our partner there is at univision. take a look at this, sammy. there's eduardo, doing the weather. and that is not a muppet. that's a cat that just walked right in. you can hear everybody in the studio, including his co-anchors, laughing hysterically at the cat, who decided to get a little air time. for some unfortunate parts. eduardo, as you can see, the picture of calm, as he talked about what looks like a real mild day. it's terrific. it was not going to leave. it was on. what do you think? >> i think he's a marvelously composed gentleman. why are there cats in the studio? >> that's a good question. follow-up-free. george? amy? >> let's go back to amy. >>> now, we're talking about the big concerns about the pork you're eating. a new study in "consumer reports" found pork chops and ground pork contaminated with bacteria that can make you sick. much of that bacteria re
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